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The Rev. J. Andrew Gullick of 2:30 from the Melvin T. Strider ples, Italy also survive, l iversity to receiv'e the award. In1 SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON v eas ADVOCATE Shepherdstown, officiated for the Colonial Funeral Home. The Rev. He was a member of the Beth-[ addition ........ to his teaching, John- THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 19vla 5--A services and burial was made in Samuel F. Butcher will officiate any Methodist Church at Bardanels~on continues ms own s~ua]es, ~~ Dc aths a nd F u n e r a I s , the Norbourne Cemetery in Mar- and burial will be made in Edge and was active in the Jefferson [concentrating on microanalysis .................. tinsburg. Hill Cemetery in Charles Town. County Farm Bureau. [through use of the spectrophoto- Mrina:t::s~ t;~P: ~nDt~7~ i|oclat:;::" ;alia:m ;ou?:::l::t: .... The deceased was born in Col- Friends will be received at the Services were held Monday at]meter" ~ I ' umbus, Ohio and resided for a Strider Funeral Home after 7 p. 2 p m from the Melvin T Stri [ He is the son of Mr .and Mrs. Martinsburg from Mr. and Mrs. [Fifth Avenue in Ranson announ 3. JAMES G. SHIRLEY The daughter of the late C. time at Bake~ton in Jefferson m. tonight (Thursday). der" Colonial Funeral Home in~Nrman Johnston of North Law- H. W. Willis, Mr. and Mrs. Rich-iced the following schedule of : James G Shirley of 218 T Richard and Sydney Magill Thrus County I R ...... ;*~- +"e V-v T"~es E ] rence Street, Charles Town. ard L. Riley and Mrs. Betty D. I meetin,s for Sunda- and subse- Samuel Street die(1 Sunda- ton Branner she was born in ' "" ......................... anl b She was twice married, her FRANCES LOUISE MARKLE ]~mi*h -f Sh-n~nd-~h J-notion -f[ ' St ey ] ..... s " nd ................... --.--- - . ~ " . _ .. I quent week nlgn~. ~U ay ....... Y Rockingham County, Va, first husband being the late John Miss Frances Louise Markle, 'ficiating. Burial was made in Ed-| |lit~ Are Annfllln,lafl In memory of Mrs. aonn t~risl ................... a. m. m me nanes lo.wn After coming to Charles Town Flanagan. Her second husband 70, a registered nurse who is well Hill Cemetery in Charles] v...,, ...............coe from Miss Ethel LaBoyteaux[ cnl at m.vu morning 'al Hospital zouowing a tin- ito attend Powhatan College, she was the late A. A. Lamon. A son known in Jefferson County as the 2"own. [., .. ~ tA . ~ p -- Richmond, Va. |worsHip service at iJ:t~ a. m. Ev- * g illness, was married here to the late is also dead. result of her long period of nur-I ~ [ ~0$p[~| ~emo/|~[ rUNG In memory of Robert P. Mc-iening Evangelistic service at 7:30 I James G. Shirley in 1912. Mr. Survivors include a niece, Mrs sing work at the Charles TownI kl I I,L,.A,-- I~ ........ | Garry Sr. from Mrs. Cabell Tap-[ P. M. Monday afternoon at 2:30, ~tShirley was a druggist. E.D. Stokely, Wichita, Kansas, General Hospital, died Tuesday] I~. J. JUIIII~IUll RU~IY~ [ Recent gifts to Women's Aux-:scott. [Fellowship meeting at 7:30 p. m. il" ] She leaves two daughters-Sy-and a nephew, Lt. Ross Stokeley in Charles Town following an ill- [ .... [ lary ChamrlesJown General Hos [ ~ I Youth Rally Tuesday the Christ ~'~J~,l~-~ ]dney Magill Licklider of Leetown Bethesda, Md. Hess of six months. [ I]llPnnf PAc~nr$1#hl~ | pital M or' Fund have beenI USE THE CLASSIFIEDS | Ambassadors meet at 7:30 P. M. [drtro, lfs]k\ Hand Edith Anne Shirley Whayer ~ The deceased was born near [ yuuvnuu n vou~uuuuuu$ [announced as follows: [ ____ [Thursday. Bible tSudy at 7:30 p. [~Le'~'~| 1now residing in Athens, Greece; [ JOSEPH W. CARPENTER Middleway, May 2, 1891, a dau-I .F ,, ~ h a m [ In memory of Mrs. Harold G. I GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY m. I~J][[~}l]] ]two sons James G. Shirley Jr. of [St. Louis, Mo. and Richard Whrus : Joseph Woodrow Carpenter, 47 ghter of the late .Samuel. Markle j leacnmg ASS t. Award [Moulton from Adm. and Mrs. Geo ool bus ann ~ate ~,aura unm lvlarKle, bne /r~e R v [~ driver for the Hast 28 years died had been following the nursing i Norman J. Johnston of 314 N.[ T. me ..... ~ v,~ w R ur...n I~ ]ton Shirley of Charles Town; andla Jefferson County Sch .. . Coo er. ]five grandchildren. I Sunday -at his home "in SheD- profession since 1915 and for!Lawrence Street, Charles Town,] w~'~ ch~-~'~f~'~,~,['~'~ [~ ~lr U/ C D I I D ' t I~ I I I a II ~ I~ d~ ] She was a devoted member of :hometOwn fnl|nwin~ an illna.~,~ of many years was associated w h graduate chenustry student at Mrs Ra mort a R L W a ! U n L I1 U U n i .................................... " ................................. / Y d J rues, Mr. and A r' P L | A ~ ~ r ~ " Is]on Episcopal Church here. tw, v,~sr~ me nursing sta~ u~ me ~narm~ the umversity o~ virginia, nas/Mr~ w M .T~ .... nn ~Ji ~o~, !~ _ I The body was removed to the I~"fl--:'" _... ~.^.. ~,~. ~ Town Hospital. She was also a received a DuPont postgraduate / or Jam"es" ....................... ]~ ............. ............... ".. member of the Episcopal Chur- teaching assistant award John-| In memo'--of Mrs Annie .... O EffFECTIVI~ AT oNCE: [|~ ~n~ ~[~Vl~[ [Melvin W. Strider Company Col- THe aeceaseu ......... - .... 191~, a son ox me late wesmy i~. ch t ston e e ....... "" i ,# . ~am- O ,,,,, ]onial Funeral home here. lCarpenter and Viola Turner. He L ....... [r_n" mr me cur-|ilton from Mrs. Nannie L. Hooe ' [ Services were held in Zion Ep-Jw~ o- ~o,~o ,~mh~ ,f the burvlvlng are nee slsters-ivirs. ! ~ ~ ~a~ mu~ puymem u~ tmt-/Miudleour~, va A [iscopal Church here Tuesday at ......................... i " - " Shepherdstown Volunteer Fire Grace C rawford, Davis, W. Va., l nand .educaUona ices- The]_ In memory of_ Mr. Charles m: ][ MONDAYS and TUESDAYS---9 A. M. TO 5 P. M. I~ .~ITRl~. t" Sa" 12 p" m. with cremation later. Of- ~ ......... a .i~ 4ha Mothndi~f Mrs. omia nyan, ~aJumore, ~vm.; __^..~uy ueu~ru.en~ recexves/ley, Laurel, Md from Mr ann fi ............................ Church Mrs. uertruae Harmon, uon g- /Mrs. Herman Willis, Mrs. Betty WJ D t DAIt - :UU A. M. "IX# IS:to uON ........ l ficiating at the services were the ..... v-..~ ................................ in saou " " ...... l n " " Stock of Appliances Reverend Arthur Kerr of Sum- " ........... i- wood, Pc." and Misses Valey a d[ This award is designed to pro-[D Stanley and Mrs Dora Willis [ rvu~rv~nAv~a,na ~ a~[ ~ ~.na !) M ~urvlvlng are HiS motile[', Xl ~ ' i mit Point assisted by the Rev ............. Lottm Markle of Route 2, Char-vide fellowship-type aid to the/MscKeesport, Pa fi ~u.~ou~o----,,.,~ .-~. ,,~..v ~, ......... All__ Kinds. I Ennis ~ Donald,[ ~ TempleActiVejr.,Wheeler.ManningbearerSKennethWeresmith,N.E.Feltner,L.AlvinMe. ~~ii ~~!i~i~!ri~t t~aR'r~bg!~ iii!ii ii/ t[hi fM IIpIdAI IPI [ FRIDAYS 7i P.M IIOS -- IEI[VISIOHS I Jack Getzendanner, Philip T. Por Carpenter, Shepherdstown; four g , Y. . . .. P .... .............. I terfield, Jr., James E. Gore, Gar- ..... n les E. Markle of Winchester, Va. work to continue it, thus glvmg[W. D. Gary]n, Miss Elizabeth G. ~ L ~1 J~A~i ~ ~j~1 _ Inett P. Mot]son, Jr. Honorary s'~:'?Y ..... :~"""" 2='~ "~d~ar(1 Funeral services willbeFriday!undergraduates the benefit of/Taylor, Miss eRbeeca Trapnetl, ~ ................. , ,~, ~ifl~r:~/Ir~ == ~gnfl~ [bearers were Dr. John L. Van Me an~ mree ~romers- ~vtrs ~, w - Swope, Rocky]lie, Md., Mrs. Ray- at 10:30 a:~ m. from the.Melvin[gr~a~ersteo~per~en:~osen ........ [Miss He!en V_Mar~.n,.Mr. and ~ t~,~l~,~ 1owl% ,. v.~. /tre, G. K. Wysong, Mark B. Wet- m,,n Ralnh . hin T. trlaer Uolonial yuneral tiomeI n oy me un vxrs. Fmllp T. rorternela Jr. ann ~ m ~ ~ ]zel, W. P. C. Perry, St., ArthUrand Augustine J. Todd. phM:S~lstM:rng ........... if~ R~ingArBHhiu~ral:~m~t~!~ ........................ ]Alger| Glover, C. F. Reininger, Shirley aawllre:~ ~e c e ar:nt/l lu ' ot m mm mm n m mm TRY THE ce Cave of Martinsburg; Alle .... I MRS.~AMON Carpenter, Charles Town; and ~nariesrown. ... . n,- vim hi, m lt|a m Ralph and Elliott Carpenter both' Active ~earers will. oe ~ewis Dr JU flit i/ I nli Ill m ] Funeral services were held Sun ~, n~r~] Cervices were held mas M. West, Richard A. Dailey, , _ ~ II m ~ ~m 0ih ~]~H~]|~ ]day afternoon from the Melvin of Shepherdstown ti. ivtyers, ~onn ~. mssmr, TriO- ill, lain lii hV I/Vl'i IIIVll IT. Strider Colonial Funeral Home fro'm"the" New-'Street-Methodist Howard N. Clendening and C.D. 1 [~ IAHP~ PtMk4DAUV ]in Ranson, for Mrs. Bertha D. Church in Shepherdstown, Tues- ~oyer. v I~r~J~ mm~ B 1/41~L l~UliVillFAill/ [Lamon, who died Friday at the day at 2:30 with his pastor, the ....~.. a-urn mm- u me Ihome of a cousin, Mrs. Virginia ^. Do..~., ~ .... ns and inter ,~t ,~ , ~,~,~,,,. lira am, n m & DICK REITER /gold, Bunker Hill, with whom ment was in Elmwood Cemetery Dr. George HerbertBretnall, 89 ,ma ~msv~ tml a [ she had resided for several mon- in Shepherdstown. of Shepherdstown, retired biol- Ill 'n Phone 202 |ths. She had previously resided ~ ogy professor, aufhor and minis- ill --J l s Tow ..... a. ] for the past six years with Mrs. MARY KNOT MOLER ter, died Monday in King's Dau. m ml e n, w. v Kenna Knott Alger of Charles Mrs Mary Knott Moler, 82, aghters Hospital, Martinsburg, fol- --, m il Town. resident of 2220 20th Street Wash lowing an illness of two months. V~l I CONDITION OF iw, ton D C died Saturday in A~ teacher for more than 50 Mt~. Al'to I:Iospital in Washington, years he headed the biology de- 1-. ................................. P[0PL~ BAHK 0F CHARL[S TOWH D.C. followingaillnessofanumpartment at ~nepner~ ~o[lege, ~-'I-[U-IN~-~ 554 WE DELIVER RANSON, W, VA. ber of months where ne was a memoer oz me Town, Jefferson County, West Virginia, at the close of The deceased was born in Jef- faculty for more than 15 years ,December 31, 196'0, a S,ta~ ~banking i nst2,tut~o~ organized ferson county a daughter of the before retiring. He came to Shep under ~he ,banki~ag l~ws of this ~ate and a men, her late Senator and Mrs. Charles herdstown in 1930 from Christian Federal Reserve System. Published in ~cc~rda~ce with a f Moler's CrossCollege, Columbia, Me and had Knott Moler o ' " b raade by the State .Banking A~.thorities ,and by Vim ~'ederal Roads. She was the wife of the taught in a number of other pu rye B~nk of ,this Distriot. late Raleigh Moler who died in lic schools and co.lleges.... . A S S E T ~ 1912. tie was an oruamea minister m , balances with other banks, including reserve Although she was born in the the United Church of.~Christ and )al~nce. and cash items in process of collection..$ 651,812.11 county, she spent most of her life heldmembership in that church ;d States Government obligations, direct andin Washington. in ~nepnerastown. ]tax, teed ......................................... 782,727.73 Services were held Tuesday at Born in London, England, .on ,alons of 8ta,es and political subdivisions ........ 49,737.50 10 a. m. in Washington and the Feb. 12, 1871 he was a son o~ me 9r~te stocks (including $9,000,00 stock of Federal remains will later be brought to :late Rev. John. and .Elizabeth ~serve bank) .................................... 9,000.00 and disounts (~ncluding, $15.41 overch, M~) ..... 1,874,700.08 Shepherdstown for graves]de ser-Swift Bre~nall: Hlsiam~y moveu (WHOLE), 1 premises owned $32,7.12 00, furniture ~ndvices at 2 p. m: ~t Elmwood Cem- ttO me miawest in i~x. ne recelv etexy in Shepherdstown. ed his A. B. degree at Cornell ,..0 R K ;knkl xtu~eSpremlses$8,853..00owned ................................. axe ~t~bject to no liens not 41;565.00 ~ I College in Iowa and his Masters Services were conducted Men cage and worked towards his Doe " t~ -- ~sumed by bank) MRS. M. L. HOFFMASTER degree at the University of Chi- ~AL .~$SETS ......... i ........................ ~ a ...... in- in Ha-erstown Md" torate at the University of Mis- sour~ and the University of K n LIABILITIES f0r Mrs. Florence Etheldia Hoff- i, ~ ~ III ~d deposits of individuals, partnerships and master, 88, widow of Martin it- ISaac was a member of the Uni X ,porations ................................... ...$1,354557.27 ther Hoffmaster who died at her " I deposits of individuals, partnerships and he e in Ha erstown ted Church of Christ, Kiwanis m ~por~tlons ............................. ......... 1,368,045.91 ~ g- "" ........ n I Club in Martinsburg, the Shep- ~ne was born In oex[ex~u , ~l~ of United States Government (including ......... the late[herdstwn Men s Club, Sons of m woumy, me aaugmer oz ~St~l savings .................................... 34,763.59 z0~,,, W and Ma'~' Hoffmaster i Confederate Veterans, American ~its of States and political subdivisions .......... 255,554.09 cu--- c~:^ ~ad resided in Ha~ers [Association of University Profess[l ~._deposits (certified and officers' checks, etc.).:.. 20.070.50 ...m,. o-E- -~- ~" Iors, the Academy of Science and l [ I P$ ~gAL DEPO,~ITS ..................... $3;033,281.36 1;OWil xor me past .i , ,ieio rnuns m ~OTAL ~.~IAB~/IT/ES .................... : ....... ~ b2rSo~ I~h~ffis~a:t~vWgSlaalmemd~ His wife died sever-al years ago. ~l w~f--men Church and the Friend l Surviving are two children, 1 C A P I T A L A C C O U N T 8 ~'::" " "" "'~- -" a Mrs Sterling Bradley, Shepherds m !ttal, . $ 100,000.00 ~Y Jaime t;mss. ~ne was also . ...... rtl ............................................ 20000000 member of the Ladies Auxiliary i WnickU rnge isy:r ,eN m HYGRADE i MAINE NO. 1 M A X W E L L !i~ded"vrofi't~ .......................... ' ..... :':'" 71'2~1106 of the Spanish American War Vet L _ ,._ _ _ 1 erans granacnimren anu mree great- 1 "~Ve~ (a~ld retirement "accol~nt'igr" p'r i rred'ga tkli" 51o00.00 ~, =,,,,, ...... a~,,-hter Miss grandchildren. ~,-~,-,--)m I ACA ] P 0 T A lbs. Ht, fil:CCg,,v.....O U S E TOT~& OAPITA~, ACCOL~'TS ...... , .............. ~ ..~' .... ::'T. "t~.~_ ~'~'~J_~_~' ...... [ The body was removed to the ll Mary timzmaster, nage~wwu, ~.~,..,~. ,. c+..,a... ~ ....... ~,.n ~m R0H [0[ ira,c, vro~ner Gnaries ~llpp, ~uznm . _ " ....... im LI alT ES CAPrI A COU,HTS .... $3,408,1542.42 Point and a number of nieces [ eYwn .Unerai home in nepner s I1' bank's capital consists of: and nephews. ~ ~ " "" Wednesd ~l "~bs. ommon stock with total Par value of $100,000.00 Interment was in Sharpsburg, I s a e ? le ormed chaYr[1 C E L L O V'acum Packed a p. . I MEMORANDA Md.ch, Shepherdstown, with the Rev" [1 45 I Pledged or assigned to secure li~bfllties and for NORVAL CLARK FURR Roy i:~llm~wro:ff~j~ie~gryB~r~l.[= [ KALE bag lb. ,79 her pin,poses .................................... $ 485,000.00 C. iM. B. Brown. Viee-~Presider~t, acid ~. E. Conrad, C~hier Norval Clark Furr, 68, formerI ~ "ll I a.bove named bank, hereby certify ,that the a~bove statement resident of Jefferson County who"I ROBERT P. MeGARRY |m : ~o the .best of our knowledge ~nd belief, has been in the Citrus Fruit Pack[ Robert P. McGarry, 82 retired[m , ~. ~OW~I, Vi~ce,I~resident. R.E. CO~, Cashier.ing business in Sacramento, Ca1- [farmer of the Shenandoah Junc-' [m I F A N C Y ........ fforma for many years, dmd Sun Correot--At~est: , " ", ' " ] tion section of the county and a ]" I TOMATO da Jan 8 in Mercy Hospital m [ lb. 'Iv. T. PIERY, Y' " " ' I former school teacher at Shep-[1 LARGE JOS. A. V~rAR~EN~ELTZ, ' Sacramento, following a leng Y]herd College, died Friday night]1 '-- :L| KLF[HI:X I NCIS *N. HTI E, Direvtor . Illness. lin the Williamsport (Md.) Sani-Imm CARNATION The deceased was born m the cf West Vlrginia~ County of Jefferson, ss: . " I tarium following an illness of] to and subscribed ~before me :this lOth d~y of January, 1961. Myerstown ~section of the county I more than a year. I1 I N E W 2 Reg. 37c J ] 30 1892 a son of the late I MAR~ ~. 'WETZF~, ~qotary Public. u y , " ] The deceased was born in Jef-[1 ~ommission Expires November '4, 196~. William Holmes Furr ,and Eliza-[ferson County, May 12, 1878, a ij M IL, 400 Size 4 beth Furr. 1son of the late John D. McGarrYi / CABBAGF lb, He Is well known itnedJ fferson i and Emma B. McGarrY.to theAndfor-|minlm I County having opera g he was married C NOTICE o ears rlor to omgto Cahfor he had taught Ten-, '|,,~" ...... |i | f Y P" g" ' t Inow deceased and returned toll TURNIPS, LETTUCE, CELERY, nia where he started in. the_ Ci.- ] Jefferson county to take up farm- [ rus fruit business. He owned In]Sling In his early days prior to i m o 10wn orchards and operated a]tha~ school in aekmg plant until recently when sse SPRING p " " I ne e, Alabama and Virginia I1 ill health forced him to give UPland was also on the faculty 'at|l the orchard. He continued, how-]Shepherd College fern time. | ONIONS, CUCUMBERS, GREEN ever, to operate the packing plantI Surviving are hree children [ [located at Rio Linda, Calif. IMrs. Paul A. Holden (Nancy) of[~ | v.n.q FRUIT, ETC. O N E e was a member of the Me a H "ILim, Peru; Mrs. Harrison Cass-[i ALL AC( 0UNTS DUE thodistChurch. |ell, HydePark, N. Y.; and Robert [1 / LIQUID VEL I[SurvivingM cry Bruce Furr of Grubbs are his Furr wife, of Mrs, [ p. Lee "| Jun' 'o. McGarry, ctl n TwoJr" br of othe Shenandoah ]lrs- dmund I1 E FRESH i, AJAXWITH FRY'S AMOCO STATION Itown; three sons--Norval Clark[D. of Buffalo, N. Y.; and James[~ [Furr, Jr. of Charles Town; Roy[j. of Shenandoah Junctmn; on~i IBanks Hagerstown; and]sister, Miss Anna P. McGarr~ ofll [IL, lg Lambert Furr of Charlesdoah Junct o [Ly!e |Shenan in; an' ourl ALL OCCASION GREETING CARDS Town three grandchildren Nor andchfldre an I ; " " "Jgr " n d one nephew-]l MUST BE PAID ]val Clark Furr, III, Judith Ann]commander Alan R. McC rry, ll } reg. [c [Furr and Lyle Kimberly Furr all|USN, and now stationed in Na-|l | MAGAZINES AND NEWSPAPERS WITHIN 30 DAYs [of Charles Town. Three sisters,/-~-~~---~-------I~l D A i L Y m CANS 41 ' ]Mrs. H, O. Ramsburg of Ranson;[ ..................... Im ~Mrs. Nellie G. Feltner of Charles[ ILd/~T/~I~/~I ~, Im /Town; Mrs George Chapman of/ Wlllllli lll_n m V Ill 1Berryville, "Va.; and Mrs. Stanley| .... -"--=n'" im R IIRIJ * CO [Kelly of Charles Town, also sur- SALES =d SERVICZ Im |rive along with a brother, W.J. .,,...,. Im AT THE STATION. /(Pete) Furr of Summit Point and W H Ill tone sister-in-law Mrs. Raymond - - - ,m W Furr of Halltown . . RABID -- TELEVISION--I1 m I Brief services were held in bac n . o I m DONALD FRYE ramento, Calif. Tuesday, Jan. 10 "~ )m at 3 p. m. for his friends there Charles ro , w. w 'm Phone 664 -- We Deliver .- Ranson, W. Va. and then the remains were flown 1 to Charles Town where services I will be held Friday afternoon at m